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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Classes of documents in the Greater London Record Office ( Middlesex records) used

    Classes of documents in the Greater London Record Office ( Middlesex records) used SELECT LIST OF CLASSES OF DOCUMENTS IN THE GREATER LONDON RECORD OFFICE ( MIDDLESEX RECORDS) USED IN THIS VOLUME WITH THEIR CLASS NUMBERS Deposited Records Acc.

    Friern Barnet Public services

    Friern Barnet Public services PUBLIC SERVICES. Pymme's brook in Southgate was thought capable of poisoning the whole neighbourhood with sewage received from its tributary Bounds Green brook, until in 1856 public pressure secured a proper sewerage system for Colney

    Friern Barnet Social and cultural activities

    Friern Barnet Social and cultural activities SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES. Inns were often used by the vestry in the 18th century 11 and it was claimed in 1883 that the sole place for meetings was a public house. Room

    Friern Barnet Introduction FRIERN BARNET IN 1783 FRIERN BARNET

    Friern Barnet Introduction FRIERN BARNET Friern Barnet, 1 home of Colney Hatch asylum, is a small parish 7 miles north of London and, with Finchley , protrudes into Hertfordshire . 2 Its maximum length along the main north-north-west axis

    Friern Barnet Other estates

    Friern Barnet Other estates OTHER ESTATES. In 1627 the demesne of Whetstone was said to consist of the site of the manor-house, six houses, a dovecot, six gardens, 40 a. of land, 100 a. meadow, 100 a. pasture, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ECI 601'atu ftmpg. _____ ___ _ __ , C ' C o Arddangosir peiriant i gynyrchu awyr-nwy (air gas), yn masnachdy un Price, yn Liverpool, yn cynwys chwythydd, cynyrchydd, lie y cedwir yr hylif a gyn- yr chanwy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D I DIRWE ST. . Y mae rhai yn dadlen mai nn ffordd i faddyginiasthn meddwdod y wlad hen yw, cael diod frAg debyg i'r an a ddefnyddir yn Gerrani. Y mae bono, meddir, yn wan ae yn ddinived, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW. COURt1 O, HANCERY. HaVaE V. CoLVIL-ER he LoE nCANCESToR gavejud'eineuit in this case, which wasthatof the silk pocket handerchief, on which was prinked a bird's eye view of the City of London. Tohe plaintiff' was the atithor of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. i A letter to the Editor of the Globe, gives an account of some annoyance, suffered by a party of ladies, on the Barnes road, on Saturday week, from the reckless or intentional rudeness of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TIE STANDARD LYRIC DRAMA. 11 Just Published (October tat) Part IV of the above Work, containe togSixty Paces more of Motart's charming Opera the "MARRIAGE ci Gao wholer of tb oc n cedasponiod Recllesstieeo, Sage Dirc tusiosellers and r Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Friern Barnet

    Friern Barnet BARNET FRIARN. Name ; THE name of Barnet is common to several parishes in England. It was anciently written Bernette or Bergnet, which, Chauncy says, signifies a little hill 1 ; the addition of Friarn, denotes that

    James 1 - volume 147, June 17-30 1623, 17 June 1623-30 June 1623

    James 1 - volume 147 June 17-30 1623 June 1623. June 17. London. Dud. Carleton to Sir Dud. Carleton. Sir Fras. Cottington and Mr. Gresley have arrived from Spain for fresh counsel, and Peter Killigrew is returning there. The Subscribers-only content

    Hornsey

    Hornsey HORNSEY. Name and etymology . The name of this place has undergone a very material change. From the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, public records call it Haringee, Haringhee, or Haringey. About Queen Elizabeth's time it was usually

    Entry Book, December 1687, 16-20, 16 December 1687-20 December 1687

    Entry Book December 1687, 16-20 December 1687, 16-20 Dec. 16. Royal sign manual for 1,124 l . 4 s .0 d . to Henry Guy, for secret service, without account: to be issued on the privy seal dormant of

    Index, B

    Index B B Babcary (co. Somerset), 2004. Baber , Edward, sheriff of Somerset, 1451. -, Joshua, debt to H. Cornish, 472. Babington , Mr., payment to, out of the Post Office farm, 462. -, Randall, rebel in the West,

 

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